Subjects – listed by departments

 The Faculties of Humanities and Theology offer courses in the following subjects (listed below). Most of the courses are taught in Swedish and you usually have to be proficient in Swedish to be able to attend them. To find out which courses are offered in English, please go to:

 

Subjects listed by Department

Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
Archaeology
Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
Historical Archaeology
Historical Osteology

Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences
Applied Cultural Analysis
Archival Studies
Art History and Visual Studies
Book History
Cultural Administration
Editing, Publishing and the Bookmarket
Ethnology
History of Ideas and Sciences
Humanistic Informatics
Intermedia Studies
Library and Information Studies
Museology
Musicology
Visual Culture

Department of Educational Sciences
Subjects such as English, Swedish and History are taught at the Department of Educational Sciences within the Teacher Training Programmes. You find more information on the subjects here (only in Swedish):


Department of History
History
Human Rights Studies

Department of Philosophy
Cognitive Science
Core Studies in the Arts and Sciences
Practical Philosophy
Theoretical Philosophy

Centre for Languages
and Literature

Arabic
Children's Literature
Chinese
Comparative Literature
Creative Writing (Lund University’s Writers’ School)
Danish
East and Central European Studies
English
Film Studies
French
General Linguistics
German
Greek
Hebrew
Icelandic
Italian
Japanese
Linguistic
Latin
Middle Eastern Studies
Modern Greek
Phonetics
Romanian
Russian
Semiotic Studies
Spanish
Swedish
Swedish as a Foreign Language
Theatre
Yiddish

Centre of Theology
and Religious Studies

Religious Studies
Ethics
Islamology
Jewish Studies
Migration, Ethnicity and Religion
Behavioural Sciences of Religion
Philosophy of Religion
History of Religions
Theology
Exegesis of the Old Testament
Exegesis of the New Testament
Church History
Missiology and Ecumenics
Practical Theology
Systematic Theology

Department of Media,
Communication
and Journalism
Press Studies
Rhetoric